Beloved burrito-maker Chipotle Mexican Grill has found itself in a situation messier than the finger foods that brought the company more than $4 billion in revenue last year.
More Than Just a TV Show: How Bruce Jenner’s Story Sheds Light On the Importance of Workplace Policies for Transgender Employees
Last month in a nationally televised interview, U.S. Olympic icon Bruce Jenner revealed to the world that he is a transgender woman.
I grew up in a union household. My father was a teacher in the Minneapolis Public School system for nearly thirty years. Once he finished his first probationary year and was certified, he joined the union, became the shop steward, and ran the building he was in for the next 29 years.
For at least the second time in recent weeks, the Justice Department’s criminal division chief delivered lengthy public remarks on what the department expects from companies choosing to cooperate with federal investigators.
The answer – it depends. The general rule is that in order to be enforceable, contracts do not have to be in writing unless they are required to be in writing by law. So, what constitutes a contract?
In April, proving the doubters wrong, my girlfriend agreed to marry me. Please pray for her. A few days later, she sent me this picture.
With a high-profile court decision declaring the NSA’s reading of the Patriot Act illegal, pundits and politicians alike are scrambling to see the fate of the act will be at the end of the month. It’d be best if they let it die.
For many years, the U.S. was the only country actively seeking to use its laws to fight corruption.
RadioShack filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Delaware bankruptcy court in February, seeking a court-supervised sale of $1.2 billion in assets. Included in the sale is a database of customer information from about 1,700 stores regarding RadioShack’s 117 million customers.